byUnited States. Public Health Service, donor; United States. Congress (78th, 2nd session : 1944)
"An act to amend the Act entitled 'An Act to provide for the training of nurses for the armed forces, governmental and civilian hospitals, health agencies, and war industries, through grants to institutions providing such training and for other purposes,' approved June 15, 1943, so as to provide for the full participation of institutions of the United States in the program for the training of nurses, and for other purposes." Topics: Military Nursing, Education, Nursing, World War II
byWashington, DC :Office of the Surgeon General, Borden Institute, Walter Reed Army Medical Center :For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O.; Sarnecky, Mary T; Borden Institute (U.S.); Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Shipping list no.: 2010-0212-P Topics: United States. Army Nurse Corps, United States. Army Nurse Corps, United States. Army Nurse Corps,...
Florence Nightingale was a pioneer of modern nursing. Her most famous contribution came out of her experiences during the Crimean War where she gained the nickname "The Lady with the Lamp," derived from a phrase in a report in The Times. After she returned to Britain, she began collecting evidence before the Royal Commission on the Health of the Army to demonstrate that most of the soldiers at the hospital were killed by unsanitary living conditions. She promptly turned her attention... Topics: Nursing, Nursing, Ethics, Nursing, Military Nursing, History of Nursing
byMcCall, Susan C.; U.S. Army War College (Carlisle Barracks, Pa.)
"The oft stated axiom that those who fail to heed the lessons of history are doomed to repeat its follies suggests the requirement for a formal lesson learning process. If there is a failure to effectively learn from experiences, the mistakes can be costly. Throughout the history of our nation, during war there has been a dependence on nurses to provide care to both soldiers and civilians. War placed heavy demands on nurses and brought with it a sharpened awareness of the urgent need to... Topics: Army Nurse Corps, United States. -- Army Nurse Corps -- History, United States. -- Army Nurse...
Also published with title: The story of British V.A D. work in the Great War. London : A. Melrose, 1917 Topics: Voluntary Aid Detachment (Great Britain), Military Nursing, Voluntary Workers, World War I
"The original release sheet reads: Being an Army nurse is being something very special. For thirty minutes THE BIG PICTURE explores the fascinating and varied roles of the Army nurse. From the major U. S. Army medical centers to overseas field hospitals, the Army Nurse is involved in many different facets of nursing assignments. Her education, training and professional competence are thoroughly reviewed in this impressive tribute to the Army nurse." National Archives Identifier:... Topics: Cold War, Military Nursing, The Big Picture, Army Nurse Corps, Vietnam War, 1961-1975, United...
CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. Battle of the Alma. — Formation of the Nursing System 1 CHAPTER II. Journey.— Arrival At Constantinople 10 CHAPTER III. Therapia.— Naval Burying Gbound 20 CHAPTER IV. Scutari 37 CHAPTER V. Zoulali 58 CHAPTER VI. Death of the Czar 68 CHAPTER VII. Miss Smythe's Death 81 CHAPTER VIII. New Arrivals 93 CHAPTER IX. Routine of Work 105 CHAPTER X. Anecdotes of Patients 119 CHAPTER XI. The same continued 134 CHAPTER XII. Starving System 145 CHAPTER XIII. The Sisters of Mercy... Topics: Crimean War, Crimean War, 1853-1856 -- Women, Nurses, Crimean War, 1853-1856, Crimean War...